The "Stranger Things 3" story lacks lasting appeal.
The third season of "Stranger Things" was released, and we, who were eating potato chips while hiding at home during the summer vacation, had a sense of anticipation of watching the show . "Stranger Things" is the same as the previous two. When we watched this latest season, we still felt the strong atmosphere of the 80s and the extraordinary personal charm of the protagonists.
The problem is, apart from shaping the background and characters, the show never tells this bizarre story seriously. More specifically, the creators of the show, Duffy Brothers (in the eight episodes of the third season, four episodes were created by them) Seems to care about their characters, but it is not enough to give them meaningful interpersonal relationships and background stories. It makes us feel that the plot of the story has a little copying and rote memorization. In short, it is the same as the previous two seasons. , Nothing creative.
UnbelievableThe storyline of the service.
For most of the third season, choosing to separate 11 and Hubble was a strange decision, so the plot of the story In the last 20 minutes, their entire relationship was told in an awkward voice-over. Why doesn't "Stranger Things" tell us the relationship between them directly through the plot of the story, but instead throws us such a plot in a way of telling.
except In addition to 11 and Hubble’s strange relationship setting, the introduction of many other characters in this season is also true. One of the striking characters, Billy, is a child who was nominally abused by his father, and his sister Max is still with his father. Grown up at home. Like the second season, the third season did not delve into his family dynamics, and gave us an analysis of what made Billy such a strange character. In addition to giving us a reasonable explanation, "Stranger Things" No. Three, trying to restore Billy’s storyline through a series of profound childhood flashbacks.
In this issueIn the meantime, 11, who has spiritual contact with him, still thinks that this strange boy, Billy, is a friend worth making. Frankly speaking, these scenes are a bit boring, considering that in the second season, we saw Billy brutally beaten Steve, threatened Lucas, and showed terror and controlling behavior towards his sister. These scenes Not very convincing.
still does not explain the upside-down world.
You can also say that this may be the special way of telling the "Stranger Things" series. For example, in the third season, we still hardly know what upside-down the world is. Except for the evil monsters, what is living inside, not to mention why those evil monsters are so eager to cross the earth to kill everyone. This is disappointing, because the "Stranger Things" series only aspires to reveal a whole new and terrifying world. But it can't really give us a reasonable explanation.
In many cases, the writing of "Stranger Things" just lacks meaningfulContinue action. For example, many TV drama critics in North America regretted the lack of narrative features of female characters in previous seasons. The third season of Stranger Things seems to have clearly heard these criticisms, and the third season responded to these criticisms by letting women dominate the plot. In fact, if women lead the team and direct the actions of men, it is a gentle beauty. Not to mention that 11 is a terrifying character with super powers in the play.
There is a problem with the director’s rhythm in telling the story.
In addition, many people have expressed dissatisfaction with the director of the third season of "Stranger Things" on the TV series directing skills. Among these dissatisfied views, many people mentioned the director's narrative technique in the story. In addition to the confusing editing clips, as well as the rhythm and story transition of the last episode, there are many technical problems.
For the first episode of Stranger Things The last episode of the three seasons was so procrastinated, so sloppy, and so anticlimactic. So it’s hard for us viewers to believe that this is the mostThe new season is directed by the same director who filmed the last episode of the second season. Although we believe that the end of the third season of Stranger Things is not the finale. But for the director and the whole team's hurried ending, it seems that we, the audience, have missed many exciting plots. So many people who watched the entire third season felt that compared to the first two, this third season was simply fooling the audience. After reading it, people feel that such an unexplained plot is simply boring and unconvincing.